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Tania Rispoli, of Romance Studies and Gender, Sexuality & Feminist Studies

Tania Rispoli holds a doctorate in Philosophy in Italy where she specialized in political theory. Currently, she is is a PhD candidate in Romance Studies, with an emphasis in Feminist Studies at Duke University. Her interests spans from social movements, Marxist Feminist theories of work and value, and feminist techno-science and media theory. Together with Miriam Tola she wrote an article on Feminist Studies on mutual aid in Italy during COVID-19 pandemic, and she translated  from English into Italian Hardt & Negri, Assembly; Mezzadra & Nielsen, The Politics of Operations. Excavating Contemporary Capitalism. She is part of the research network Revaluing Care in the Global Economy and, together with Jocelyn Olcott and Lauren Henschel she created the project Visualizing Care, which brings artists and academics in conversation around the question of how we represent or imagine care through mixed media contemporary arts.

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Teaching (Fall 2021):

  • GSF 221.01, WOMEN AT WORK Synopsis
    East Duke 108, TuTh 03:30 PM-04:45 PM
    (also cross-listed as SOCIOL 331.01)

Recent Publications   (More Publications)

  1. Rispoli, T, Tumulto, in Conflitti. Filosofia e politica, edited by Castelli, F; Giardini, F; Raparelli, F (2020), Le Monnier, ISBN 9788800750332
  2. Rispoli, T; Tola, M, Reinventing Socio-Ecological Reproduction, Designing a Feminist Logistics: Perspectives from Italy, Feminist Studies, vol. 46 no. 3 (2020), pp. 663-673, Feminist Studies [doi]  [abs]
  3. Rispoli, T, Le costituzioni materiali di Machiavelli: dall'imitazione temporale alla comparazione spaziale, in Quaderni Materialisti. Nuovi Studi su Machiavelli, vol. 16 (January, 2017), pp. 51-63, Mimesis, ISBN 9788857553641
  4. Rispoli, T, Imitation and Animality: On the Relationship between Nature and History in Chapter XVIII of The Prince, in The Radical Machiavelli Politics, Philosophy, and Language, edited by Del Lucchese, F; Frosini, F; Morfino, V (July, 2015), pp. 191-203, Brill, ISBN 900428768X  [abs]
  5. Rispoli, T, La corruzione delle repubbliche. Un fattore selettivo tra privato e comune, Fogli Di Filosofia no. 5 (January, 2014), pp. 41-68

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